The NFL is phasing out old-fashioned playbooks by putting everything on iPads, even video cut-up.
There has been a jump in the number of teams going digital this season from two to 14.
In the NFC, the Bears, Cardinals, Cowboys, Lions, Packers, Panthers, Redskins and Seahawks are using the tablets as are the Bengals, Broncos, Chargers, Colts, Dolphins and Ravens in the AFC.
The Chiefs, Titans and Saints use iPads for some things while still keeping traditional playbooks.
The Ravens and Buccaneers were the first teams to go digital last season.
The top model iPads that feature 64 gigabytes of data and retail for $829 each are loaded with about $700 worth of programming, and most teams issue them to roughly 120 players, coaches, scouts and other personnel, which works out to roughly $180,000 per team.